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1 May
Veteran sound recordist, Pius Fatoke breaks down recording sound for films on The Process this week. Pius Fatoke is one of the best hands in the Nigerian TV and film industry, having worked locally and internationally providing service for organizations like; MNET, MTV Base, Channel O, Rapid Blue Format, Ebonylife TV.
4 Feb
Segun Odejimi talks about the process behind writing an ad copy for Nigeria telecommunication giant, Airtel.
31 Oct 2019
The flick 'Man Who Cuts Tattoos' was produced by Mike Omonua and stars Omowunmi Dada, Valerie Dish, Elvis Duke. Its a story of two crucial periods in Nigerian history when two young women must ponder the painful sacrifices they are forced to make for love.

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30 mins ago
Fashion giants H&M and Zara are producing eco-collections that claim to reduce the negative aspects of fast fashion. Their brands, they say, are becoming more sustainable. But is it true? Or is it just greenwashing?
37 mins ago
A video on Facebook claims that FARC rebels in Colombia are now using drones that shoot bullets. But is it actually true?
37 mins ago
At least 27 people died as they were attempting to cross from France to England in a rubber dinghy. This tragedy is the result of a collective failure, says Barbara Wesel.
37 mins ago
We take a look at how the French press is covering the government’s new Covid rules for booster shots. The French and British press are also widely covering Wednesday’s migrant drownings in the Channel. Finally, will our pancakes soon be suffering from a maple syrup shortage?
3 hours ago
The number of people impacted by gun violence in the United States has surged dramatically recently. DW’s Ines Pohl reports from Washington DC, which has seen its highest number of shootings in 16 years.
3 hours ago
Ethiopian authorities have closed all secondary schools so pupils can harvest crops for those on the frontline of the civil war, state-affiliated media says. ... More than 2 million pupils were already out of school due to the war which started in the northern region of Tigray last year, the government says.